Tuesday, January 04, 2005

One Down...

As you can see, my No Blogging at Work resolution was the first victim, and only 4 days into the new year!! So, here's what I've decided... Since I start work at 8.30, I will try to get all blogging out of the way by 9.30... leaving the rest of the day to do some actual work!

14 comments:

  1. Zaydoun
    I admire your strength and your self-restraint :)

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  2. أشوه هذا زيدون اللي أعرفه..الحين وايد ارتحت

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  3. Hmmmm..... Nice idea but realistically, how long do you think it will be before you break that one too?! Soon 9.30 will become 10.30 and so on!

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  4. That's not bad , real work ususally starts almost 2 hours after the official work hours , although you " bser3ah'7agait" because u r kuwaiti mako faydah :) .. Any way .. Just go ahead we r waiting ..

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  5. Good Luck keeping on the rest of your resolutions ;)

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  6. ha, I don't have this problem at all... I actually ALLOW work to interfere with my blogging during the lunch hour. Once that is over I'm back (as I am now) blogging and commenting!

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  7. "Since I start work at 8.30, I will try to get all blogging out of the way by 9.30."

    -- posted at 9.35

    Woopsie. There goes that idea.

    :)

    N.

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  8. Dear Zaydoun, there?s no workday like the Kuwaiti workday! If your work day starts at 8.30 (till ??), and you take the first hour for the morning coffee, light chats, newspapers and (personal?) internet usage, conventional wisdom says the same is true for the last hour of the workday (chats, gossip, net browsing, checking to see if the boss had already taken a hike, ?). Add to that the mandatory 30-minute coffee breaks, lunch hour, prayer breaks, ?, and the time you end up with is hardly suitable for any serious blogging!

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  9. Dear Zaydoun, there?s no workday like the Kuwaiti workday! If your work day starts at 8.30 (till ??), and you take the first hour for the morning coffee, light chats, newspapers and (personal?) internet usage, conventional wisdom says the same is true for the last hour of the workday (chats, gossip, net browsing, checking to see if the boss had already taken a hike, ?). Add to that the mandatory 30-minute coffee breaks, lunch hour, prayer breaks, ?, and the time you end up with is hardly suitable for any serious blogging!

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  10. Mr.Z what if you internet connection was down and i couldnt finish at 9:30 :) heheehe... i wish i was your boss
    it means one thing : that your work is a big huge boaring job and a dull place !!
    if it is solve the place problem then try to stop blogging try to do other fun stuff (play games ) :) :) they are addictable as well :P

    naa just teasing you

    go for it Mr.ZZ you can stop intefering work sur eyou can i will support you ;)

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  11. Shewrites... I said "WILL try"... future tense, i.e. not when it was written

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  12. Well, then that's that. Muchos apologies.

    N.

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  13. New Years Resolutions are meant to be broken. Take your time Zaydoun. Do what you want. At the end of No Blogging at Work, write TBD - To Be Determined, that way you won't feel so bad, hehehe.

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